Harambee Stars will be facing Egypt on 25th of March in the AFCON qualification. It will be difficult time for our national team, however, Harambee Stars' coach Jacob Ghost Mulee has prepared his side well to face brutality of Arsenal's striker Mohammed Elneny.
It will be a golden opportunity for Arsenal's star Mohammed Elneny to play against Harambee Stars after having been called by his national team. Egypt is good national team as compared to Harambee Stars, it has most experienced players such as Mohammed Salah who is currently playing for liverpool. Salah will pose a threat to Harambee Stars. Elneny from Arsenal will also be in to outsmart Harambee Stars playerd. It will be a big clash, each team is determined to so as to take a step to another level of the competition.
Harambee Stars is undisputable team. It has some of the upcoming stars who does what is expected of them at the pitch. Victor Wanyama, ex-midfielder of Totenham and currently in CF Montreal will be there to lead his team to secure a win. Harambee Stars top striker Michael Olunga might also be futured. Olunga is currently playing for Al Duhails sc. Harambee Stars coach, Mulee has also emphasized that the past preparations where Harambee Stars won 1-0 against South Sudan and 2-0 against Tanzania proofs that the side is well prepared for the clash.
Long live to Harambee Stars!
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